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Wells Fargo Bank

Descendants of William E. Boeing Sr., founder of the aircraft company, claim in court that for at least 36 years Wells Fargo Bank and its predecessors “have paid themselves millions of dollars in fees without fulfilling their obligations as trustee” and cannot, or will not, provide “an adequate accounting of trust assets."

SEATTLE — Descendants of William E. Boeing Sr., founder of the aircraft company, claim in court that for at least 36 years Wells Fargo Bank and its predecessors “have paid themselves millions of dollars in fees without fulfilling their obligations as trustee” and cannot, or will not, provide “an adequate accounting of trust assets."

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